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|31 Responses to Option A|
One day doesn't seem long enough to learn.
sounds a little better
5 steps sounds much quicker than a day
This one seems very structured.
I prefer Option A. Personally, I like to follow steps. I feel more accomplished that way, so naturally I would be more attracted to that then the unknown factors over one day.
This appears to be more straightforward.
I think that you meant "one" day not on day. Don't like typos
This sounds more manageable.
I don't know if the 5 steps is also in one day but it sounds more manageable than trying to learn everything in one day.
This wasn't easy. I like the idea of both, but the "five step plan" sounds more realistic than learning something in one day.
I like this idea
it sounds easier
A seems more extensive.
More descriptive and has no typos.
Spelling error in B, but I would rather have steps than spend an entire day
The other one has a typo and is unbelievable
5 steps sounds like less of a time commitment than one day.
I would rather learn how to create digital marketing plans in 5 steps. It just sounds easier.
Having a plan would be more preferential to me.
The introduction to the course sounds more credible and detailed and therefore more appealing
The wording sounds more professional and technical without being overly complicated.
I prefer A cause it has steps to teach and create digital marketing plan. I like to take things step by step so I like this option.
Option A sounds like it might be easier to follow.
step by step is attractive
Simply because Option B is misspelled, couldn't trust it.
I like the idea of a "step" by "step" module.
A sounds more interesting than B because of the word digital.
The steps make it sound easier to do
sounds easier to learn
One day sounds unrealistic.
One day makes it sound like the emphasis is on the class being quick. Saying 5 steps lets me know there is some actual content to the class, I might learn something.
|19 Responses to Option B|
I prefer the expedience of this model.
It sounds more in-depth and better.
The 2nd option is more attractive because the time needed to learn is well defined
It seems more realistic.
Sounds more impactful
B sounds like a more realistic option. 5 steps is not enough to learn a skill like digital marketing
I like the idea of learning the content in one day and feel it may be more in depth "lessons" than Option A.
This option sounds more appealing because it's quicker. I would rather learn the material in a day than in five steps.
I don't think the course in just 5 steps (option A) would be effective. I would imagine it's a lot more complicated than that.
Option A sounds like it doesn't include very much material and would not be worth the price.
The one day time frame of this course would appeal to many busy people like myself who feel like they don't have time to learn new skills.
Only if the information presented was of high quality, and offered additional resources.
Not really interested in marketing but if I was a one day course would be appealing
The time allotment makes what one's getting into much clearer, which is preferable.
I feel like I am getting a more quality product due to the time it takes me to complete it.
This sounds like a more productive course overall.
this one sounds better
It sounds as if b will be more informative. A sounds like it will be over quickly.
One day sounds much more manageable and quick! Except one is spelled wrong.